FEAST 登載。(May 04, 2023)

teamLab Launched New Project In Harajuku

A showcase of the Galaxy brand opened in Harajuku, Tokyo in March 2019. Since 2022, Galaxy Harajuku has been collaborating with teamLab to offer an experiential center through transformative and unparalleled experiences. And this time, their collab is “Galaxy & teamLab: Catching and Collecting in the Dinosaur Forest“. It just opened on April 8.(Excerpt from the text)

designboom 登載。(Mar 18, 2023)

'what will NFTs change about art?' - damien hirst, teamlab, & others land at gyre gallery

Tokyo’s Gyre Gallery is launching its latest exhibition, ‘Artistic Experiments in the Age of Hyper-Technological Reproduction ー What Will NFTs Change About Art?’ Running from March 24 to May 21, 2023, the event spotlights the nature of NFTs and the many ways in which their recent boom could alter the art scene as we know it. An NFT, short for Non-Fungible Token, is a unique cryptographic asset driven by blockchain technology; it cannot be replicated or traded and features a clear record of its owner. From Damien Hirst to teamLab and Rafaël Rozendaal, the exhibition gathers an impressive pool of artists and introduces their NFTs in three chapters: Sharing, Aura of the Simulacra, and Transnational Power. Each theme corresponds to the fundamental prerequisites for any artwork: Ownership/Contract, Creation, and Exhibition.

the japan times 登載。(Feb 23, 2023)

TeamLab goes to the opera

The massively popular and family-friendly art collective teamLab is trying its hand at the high brow. A new production of Giacomo Puccini’s final opera, the stormy and bloody “Turandot,” comes to Tokyo after its 2022 premiere in Geneva. The production, performed by Tokyo Nikikai Opera, runs Feb. 23 to 26 at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, with musical direction by Diego Matheuz, stage direction by Daniel Kramer and stage design and scenography by teamLab. (Excerpt from the text)

REUTERS 登載。(Feb 25, 2023)

Light show meets opera as new 'Turandot' seeks to lure people back to theatre

TOKYO, Feb 24 (Reuters) - A kaleidoscopic light show has helped reinvent Giacomo Puccini's opera "Turandot" currently playing in Tokyo - a production which aims to bring people back into theatres now that the pandemic has eased. The opera, reimagined by American director Daniel Kramer in collaboration with teamLab, the Japanese group famed for its digital art installations, employs dazzling displays of lasers and three-dimensional light sculptures. (Excerpt from the text)

yahoo!news 登載。(Feb 25, 2023)

Light show meets opera in Tokyo's 'Turandot'

I have loved teamLab since the minute I first saw their work, because for me, they mix something ancient with something futuristic. You cannot see this on Netflix. You cannot get this on social media. It is a three-dimensional, immersive, operatic experience where both the sound and the lasers and the projection and the light are vibrating through you live. It’s an immersive experience. It’s totally different.(Excerpt from the text)

TIme Out 登載。(Feb 24, 2023)

teamLab's scenography for the Tokyo staging of Turandot the opera is breathtaking

In 1924, prominent Italian composer Giacomo Puccini wrote an opera about a Chinese emperor endeavouring to find a suitor for his unmarried daughter, Princess Turandot. Puccini died before he could complete the final act of his last masterpiece, which left the door open for subsequent generations of composers and artists to offer their interpretations of the show. Now, almost a century after Puccini's death, art collective teamLab has made its foray into scenography with a new staging of Turandot in collaboration with director Daniel Kramer. (Excerpt from the text)